"Biopiracy" is a new trend in fashion

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Recently iris bath Herpen unveiled its most ambitious and large at the moment the collection is called Biopiracy (Biopiracy) in the Center of fashion and Design (Les Docks — Cité de la Mode et du Design) in Paris.

"Biopiracy – the piracy of body usage that does not belong to you," explains the designer. The collection was born in collaboration with artist Lawrence Melstrom, a specialist in the field of interaction of biology and tactile sensations. He built the structure in transparent plastic which were models, creating an unforgettable backdrop for the catwalk.
In addition to the collection of 25 other casual dresses and outfits from couture was printed on a 3D printer another, 11–th, using Materialize and Australian designer Julia Koerner.

This is the third collaboration with Julia Koerner. In 2012, they worked on the creation of the collection Autumn/Winter 2012/2013 – Hybrid Holism – in which was first used stereolithography. The result is printed on a 3D printer a dress that one of the enthusiastic viewers compared to "liquid honey". By the way, the cost of a 3D printer high enough.

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In January 2013, Materialise has released a new experimental material TPU 92A-1. And back together with Julia Koerner baths Herpen used it in his collection for the Voltage Collection soft slinky dresses, created using the process of laser sintering.

For dresses from the collection Biopirate iris bath Harper again applied to materials for 3D printing from Materialise, TPU 92A-1. Iris and Julia used Magics software to optimize the design process of 3D printing.

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Received the dress then rolled into the silicone to give a glossy Shine. Here is a good example of progress in materials and 3D printing technology.



Source: 3dp.su


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